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Trusting Our Computer Technology

Updated on April 7, 2015

Choosing the Newest Technology

Now There Are Tablets
Now There Are Tablets | Source
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Best Present Ever | Source

Trust That it Matters

We are so bound by technology that when the computer crashes it tips my whole world and anxiety can ruin the whole day trying to carve time into understanding what is the matter before I take it in.

We are good at finding solutions to our problems.

Not only in here, our safe cyber world, but out there, with the flesh human beings. We sometimes feel like arrows, bodies quivering, aiming high for the next goal.

Why do I even bother? Cause, I don't want to take it in if I don't have to, it is an hour drive, and if nothing else, I can describe to them better what isn't working right. Fear, again, the common denominator. What will I do without my laptop? It is not the end of the world.

Finish reading that book, write with pen and paper again.

Yeah, I've been blessed to have them, they have taken me into an interesting life. I don't know if I wanna be that native to give them up completely, but the dream of having something small enough to take with us and keep track of stuff is already a possibility.

It is not going to, this is our process, asking for the universe to meet the needs of loving our planet. Keeping us in touch, loving one another.

Back to writing letters, calling on the telephone? Driving to visit one another. Just like the inventions of TV radio, airplane, and phone, thank goodness, we still have them with us today.

Photographic Technology

Keep Using Technology for Good
Keep Using Technology for Good | Source

Trusting Internet Safety, Embracing Technology

Cyber-Safe Kids, Cyber-Savvy Teens: Helping Young People Learn To Use the Internet Safely and Responsibly
Cyber-Safe Kids, Cyber-Savvy Teens: Helping Young People Learn To Use the Internet Safely and Responsibly

Teaching ourselves and our children to be safe online is a first priority. Less viruses and crashes might be the end result as we learn to surf the web the same way we handle people in person. No need to fear technology here.


Time Capsule

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All The Newest Upgrades

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Gaining Technology

I am happy for the technology I do possess, Instead of whining about repairing my computer. Part of it was trying to justify getting the iPad I want so desperately. Well, with our fast moving technology, the original version is outdated to a degree anyway. I will never catch up, so quit trying! And I will be able to afford all the writing utensils I need along the way.

So very true, by the way! We got to use our Hub Money to purchase a dictation machine for our mac computer. Sweet! We are bumping over the learning curve of it, so technology, thank you.

That's the importance of keeping business money separate from our personal or social agendas. Then we will have what we need to keep our work flow in abundance. If it is gone tomorrow, I still have no regrets for what it has taught me today.

For what we continue to learn. We have been practicing, to a degree, for 10 years, with our computers. Bottom line, creativity always provides for the needs and wants we are trying to bring from the universe into a useable, reliable, reality.

Grumbles From The Keyboard: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love My Computer
Grumbles From The Keyboard: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love My Computer

Learning the language of our computers helps us when we have to talk about the technology for repairs and updates.


So, Ready To Give That Totally Outdated Fear Away.

Most definitely, we have found our way. The deeper we spread our wings to fly, the help we have asked for is in our grasp. Once we were told to Reach out and grab it. We were to shy to be that bold. Now the message is, Hey, come on over here, look what we found! We have something over here to share too.

For that reason I am glad I have at least tried to keep up on the path. I won't be rejected completely if I am not in the front of the pack. Sometimes animal survival and instincts get in the way of judgment. There is to be none? Can't imagine that. Oops, quit saying can't and maybe more of us can.

My fears were unjustified of course, nothing was wrong with my laptop that anyone could find. Just froze up for awhile. My self sabotaging ways, just because I was afraid of not having the added insurance on my laptop, I was willing to let it die. So I challenged that fear, and I am glad to say, that today, as old and outdated as it is, I still have it to work on every day.

What I've learned over the years is to wait for the second batch. Not the first one off the racks. Like a brand new model of a brand new car, the first one as a lot of warranties and glitches. Computers, and phones are no different. I go the first teal colored iMac, I wish I would have waited then I could have gotten an orange or a green or a blue one.

More importantly, these next ones had working components that performed together much better. I can't get rid of it, I still love it sitting around my house as an icon that it was worth the risk to try this new world wide web and internet thing.

Going With The Flow, Gives Us Room to Grow

Peaceful River
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Seeking New Adventures
Seeking New Adventures | Source

© 2012 Maree Michael Martin

Thankful for Technology

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    • Ruby H Rose profile image

      Maree Michael Martin 6 years ago from Northwest Washington on an Island

      Yeah, all we can do is keep writing, maybe it will go back to old school, typewriters and such, or pen and paper, I hope not. I kinda like my computer.

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      Dan Robbins 6 years ago from Ohio

      I continue to hope for the best and prepare for the worst. I think I'll be fine when it all goes away. I do worry for others though.

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      Maree Michael Martin 6 years ago from Northwest Washington on an Island

      I totally agree. It is glued to them in some mysterious way. Would be interesting to see what would happen if some of it went away huh?

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      LindaSmith1 6 years ago from USA

      Without the gadgets, maybe our kids would learn how to hold a real conversation and spell instead of using text speak, or actually read a book.